Worldwide Airways Group has reported a second quarter working revenue of €960 million earlier than distinctive gadgets.
The determine is a rise on the €900 million reported for a similar interval of 2018, with shares within the firm up 5 per cent in response.
Passenger unit income for the quarter was up 3.1 per cent, or up 1.1 per cent at fixed foreign money.
Willie Walsh, IAG chief govt, mentioned: “Regardless of gas value headwinds, we delivered a superb efficiency.
“At fixed foreign money, gas unit prices have been up 6.Three per cent whereas passenger unit income elevated 1.1 per cent, benefitting from the timing of Easter.
“This highlights, as soon as once more, that our distinctive construction and various model portfolio underpins our monetary resilience and skill to ship sturdy outcomes”.
Non-fuel unit prices earlier than distinctive gadgets for the quarter have been up 1.6 per cent, or up 0.four per cent at fixed foreign money on a professional forma foundation.
Worldwide Airways Group owns British Airways, Vueling, Aer Lingus and Iberia.